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However, breaking 80 can be done if you can remember and then execute certain things. At the end of the game, the player with the lowest score is the winner. You are here Home. Are you a PGA Pro? Tiger fades late, ties for 24th after even-par 71 14d Bob Harig. PGA of America Championships


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Golf Association, the ruling body of golf in America, is the least accurate. The USGA runs the handicapping system for golfers, enabling it to come up with a precise average for male -- and female -- golfers who obtain a handicap.

But "Golf Digest" says the majority of golfers don't have an official USGA handicap, and these golfers tend to shoot much higher scores.

Still, there are various ways to estimate the scores of an average golfer with a fair degree of accuracy. Golfers who consistently make a bogey on a hole, which is one over the par of a hole, are often considered to be average golfers. This results in a handicap of about 20 on a course of standard difficulty, which translates to a score in the 90s. According to the USGA, a male bogey golfer hits tee shots in the yard range and has the ability to reach a yard hole in two shots.

The male bogey golfer qualifies an an average golfer under USGA standards, but he's actually 10 strokes or so better than a truly average golfer.